2000 U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES RESULTS

  ELECTION TYPE:  

PRIMARY

RUNOFF GENERAL
  CANDIDATE NAME PARTY # OF VOTES % # OF VOTES % # OF VOTES %
LOUISIANA*

November 7th

DISTRICT 1
(I) Vitter, David R

191,379

80.48

Armato, Michael A. D

29,935

12.59

Deaton, Cary J. D

10,982

4.62

Rosenthal, Martin A. O

3,129

1.32

Simanonok, John Paul "Jack" O

2,385

1.00

Total District Votes:

237,810

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DISTRICT 2
(I) Jefferson, William J. D

Unopposed

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DISTRICT 3
(I) Tauzin, W. J. "Billy" R

143,446

77.98

Albares, Edwin J. "Eddie" O

16,908

9.19

Rosenthal, Anita W. O

13,488

7.33

Bourque, Dion O

10,118

5.50

Total District Votes:

183,960

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DISTRICT 4
(I) McCrery, "Jim" R

122,678

70.52

Green, Phillip R. D

43,600

25.06

Taylor, Michael "Mike" O

4,059

2.33

Skains, James Ronald O

3,630

2.09

Total District Votes:

173,967

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DISTRICT 5
(I) Cooksey, John C. R

123,975

69.08

Beall, Roger D

42,977

23.95

Melton, Sam Houston, Jr. D

7,186

4.00

Dumas, Raymond A. "Chuck" O

5,335

2.97

Total District Votes:

179,473

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DISTRICT 6
(I) Baker, Richard H. R

165,637

68.03

Rogillio, Kathy J. D

72,192

29.65

Wolf, Michael S. O

5,649

2.32

Total District Votes:

243,478

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DISTRICT 7
(I) John, Chris D

152,796

83.28

Harris, Michael P. O

30,687

16.72

Total District Votes:

183,483

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Total State Votes:

1,202,171

* A 1998 U.S. Court of Appeals ruling (Love, et al v. Foster and McKeithen; remanded from the U.S. Supreme Court) preserved all provisions of the Louisiana state election code with the exception of the provisions which establish the dates on which members of Congress are elected. Therefore, in 2000, Congressional candidates did not participate in a primary election. The Congressional general election date was November 7, 2000, with a runoff election scheduled for December 9, 2000, if necessary. The runoff election was not needed.

 

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